I really don’t know much about Barbacoa, except for the fact that my neighbor Miguel occasionally delivers to us a styrofoam container full of delicately spiced and tender shredded beef, alongside a sack of warm flour tortillas and and a zip lock baggie of pico de gallo. He buys all of this at a small
I have a category in my computer recipe database that is titled “Finds Of The Century.” In that category I place recipes that I crown as big time “finds.” Recipes you can’t wait to serve to friends, recipes that explode with flavor, recipes that make your eyes roll. In that folder you’ll find things like Beef
Once upon a time there was a Bronco team in the playoffs. Last Saturday the Baltimore Ravens came to town to play the Denver Broncos in an AFC playoff game. The high temperature at game time registered 16 degrees and continued to fall during the afternoon. But the arctic air couldn’t freeze the charge that electrified
Marinated and flavored with peppercorns, bay leaves, lemon juice, garlic and curry, this is our favorite Beef Kabob recipe. I’m always confused on whether I kabob, kebob or k-bob. Most of the time I safely skewer as to not commit a culinary faux pas. Consulting dictionary.com, kabob seems to be the norm and I found
For St. Patrick’s Day, I threw a corned beef tri-tip roast in the crock pot along with some potatoes, onions, and cabbage and we enjoyed a traditional Irish holiday dinner. Sunday morning we turned the leftovers into this unique breakfast. A corned beef sandwich dressed up with a fried egg and some horseradish cream sauce.
It seems our refrigerator, freezer and pantry have banded together over the past couple of months and become an unruly o-u-t of control trio . To combat them, I’ve declared “eat the freezer” week. I banned myself from visiting any store that sold any type of groceries and vowed to prepare meals morning, noon